Located along Sunset Blvd, U’ll find some of the same colourful, grain-centric bowls and innovative seasonal plates. The place is tiny but fits in perfectly with the hipster vibe of Echo Park and complements the area’s other cool neighborhood eateries such as Honey Hi, Trencher and soon to expand Dinette.
Geiskopf’s kitchen experience includes stints at Copenhagen’s Noma, Michelin-starred Bay Area restaurant Californios and Ubuntu, as well as Jordan Kahn’s Destroyer in Culver City.
For Triniti he’s taken inspiration from all-day European cafes. At breakfast there’s things like sourdough bread with butter and homemade preserves or pastries such as almond bostock; while at lunch time there are healthy bowls, such as potatoes with skordalia, egg, and an olive oil emulsion, and heirloom grain grits topped with braised and blackened brassicas.
Feeling hip on the East Side
Morning pastries as well as colorful, grain-centric bowls and innovative seasonal plates
Coffe, teas and juices